Armenian, Azeri Presidents to meet Aug 10, Yerevan confirms (updated)

Armenian, Azeri Presidents to meet Aug 10, Yerevan confirms (updated)

PanARMENIAN.Net - Armenian, Russian and Azerbaijani leaders will meet tomorrow, August 10 in Sochi, assistant to presidential spokesman Narek Nikoghosyan said in his Facebook post.

“Azerbaijan’s Aliyev will have to explain the logic behind his country’s military adventures and racist rhetoric,” the official said.

"Sochi will host a meeting between Armenian, Russian and Azerbaijani leaders Serzh Sargsyan, Ilham Aliyev and Vladimir Putin on Sunday, August 10," the deputy head of Azeri presidential administration Tweeted earlier.

According to Novruz Mammadov, "Azerbaijani and Russian Presidents will discuss expansion of cooperation at the August 9 meeting.”

A meeting with President Sargsyan is also on Putin’s August 9 agenda, with the sides to exchange views on further development of ties in political, trade, economic and humanitarian sectors. The meeting will also focus on Armenia's joining the Eurasian Economic Union Treaty.

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